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Pattern Design System Presentation

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  1. 1. Pattern Design System By: Jennifer Collado
  2. 2. What is a Pattern Design System ( PDS) ? A PDS or Pattern Design System is a system that offers different techniques / tools that are specially designed for drafting new patterns or editing existing ones.  This system allows you to use the tools one would normally use when making patterns like modifying seam allowances, darts, gathers, curves and measurements.
  3. 3. Pattern Design System & Computer Aided Design  A PDS differs from a regular CAD because the Pattern Design System lets you work with different tools and not just in a 2D and 3D view. Although the CAD lets you see visualize your modifications as close to reality as possible , the PDS offers more of an advantage with the different techniques that it offers such as: Digitizing Marking Modulating Grading Nesting Matching
  4. 4. Digitizin g When certain patterns that are drafted are modified to make contour shapes and adding any information like addition darts, or seam allowances.
  5. 5. Grade Used to ease at patterns, meaning after patterns are digitized into the software, you can begin to fix your darts, splits, angles, and sizes. The pattern s are then scaled according to proportions and sizes of your original Patterns.
  6. 6. Marking  Marking modulation is used to maximize the productivity and cut down on wasted fabric .  It allows importted fabrics for ex) stripes to be marked for modification.
  7. 7. Modulat  Modulating is used in a PDS to shape dimensions e such as the shoulders. bust, waist and hips . Modulate will shape the jacket to fit these four dimensions. Each modification to the jacket can be visualized when changing names and values.
  8. 8. Final Products using PDS
  9. 9. Things a PDS would need:
  10. 10. References